The K@W Network:
Former Radian CEO S.A. Ibrahim believes that leadership in a crisis begins by assuming you will succeed.
Boston Consulting Group’s Rich Lesser shares insights on becoming a CEO, noting that authenticity is a key factor in successful leadership.
Prioritizing profits over people led to United Airlines’ recent PR debacle. Father James Martin argues that morality must play a key role in capitalism.
Millennials are poised to take over the C-suite from baby boomers. But what kind of leaders will they be? A new report debunks some stereotypes.
Wang Wei, chairman of Spring Airlines Japan and son of a Chinese mogul, talks to Knowledge@Wharton about his plans to expand in Japan.
Brillio's Raj Mamodia offers his views on temporary visas, technology, employee engagement, and keeping one foot in the present and one in the future.
Sarah Hurwitz, former speechwriter for Michelle Obama, shares stories from her years in the White House and offers tips for how we all can become stronger storytellers.
During a recent event organized by the Authors@Wharton speakers series, five new authors shared insights from their recent business books.
In just 30 years, China is nearly the world’s largest economy. A new Wharton book looks at how they did it -- through the eyes of the nation's top CEOs.
When Johnson & Johnson successfully managed the Tylenol-tampering case in 1982, it took three days of planning. Today a firm facing a similar crisis might have only three hours.